Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training – My Life in Data

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in My Life in Data is based at the University of Nottingham and is supported by a £9.3 million investment from Research Councils UK, the University of Nottingham and over 30 industry partners. The CDT focuses on digital identity and personal data within the global digital economy, and is affiliated with the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Find out more about the CDT by reading our brochure Broadening horizons in the Digital Economy or by watching our short My Life in Data CDT video.


Horizon CDT News

Panos Koutsouras – ‘Crafting Content: The Discovery of Minecraft’s Invisible Digital Economy’

As part of his research  investigating the digital economies that emerge from video game contexts, […]

Richard Ramchurn’s ‘The Moment’ – media coverage

    Richard’s latest Brain Controlled film ‘The Moment’ has been receiving good local media coverage.  Watch […]

Join Shalaka at The Pint of Science Festival 2018

Shalaka Kurup (2015 cohort) will be running the Creative Reactions event, part of the Pint […]

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Horizon CDT Blog Posts

RCUK Digital Economy Theme ‘Telling Tales of Engagement’ award for UnBias

We are pleased to announce that UnBias won one of the three 2017 RCUK Digital […]

Our Future Internet: free and fair for all!

Our new video animation explains what algorithms are, how they shape our online browsing and […]

Research Update: The Internet of Food, Defence Against Dark Artefacts & Adaptive Architecture

After a few weeks catching up on work after being away at conferences and on […]

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